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Growth: Lincoln Park Zoo joins Species360 Research Partner Program

Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago (United States)

One of the world’s leading conservation institutions, Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, has joined the Species360 Research Partner Program. The program enables staff to access essential animal data and tools such as ZIMS Global Medical Resources.

For researchers and other institutions not recording data in ZIMS, the Species360 Research Partner Program ensures that ZIMS global resources can be used to benefit the welfare and conservation of wildlife. Among long-standing Species360 research partners are, IUCN Species Survival Commission – the Primates Section on Small ApesUniversity of California at Berkeley and UC Davis (United States)University of Navarro (Spain)Babes Bolyai University (Romania), Murdoch University (Australia).

The Species360 Research Partner Program is possible thanks to more than 1,200 zoos, aquariums, and wildlife conservation institutions worldwide that curate and share data in ZIMS. By doing so, you advance the welfare and conservation of wildlife.

Overview: What is the Species360 Research Partner Program

Endangered Blanding’s Turtles keep wetlands healthy by eating dead plants and fish that spread disease. As part of species re-introduction programs in North America, Species360 Institutional Members – including New England Zoo, Minnesota Zoo, SEA Life Michigan Aquarium, and Tennessee Aquarium – record data on Blanding’s Turtles.

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